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14 tombs dating to the 2nd century were recently excavated in Vietnam’s Ha Tinh Province, containing a number of bronze, terracotta and stone artefacts.



Relics found in area between two prehistoric cultures

Saigon Giai Phong, 21 May 2009

Archeologists have found 14 tombs dating back to the second century CE filled with relics made of stone, bronze, and terracotta at a site in Ha Tinh Province.

The province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced May 20 that the objects were discovered at Bai Coi archeological site in Nghi Xuan District.



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